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Help Wanted: Connecting Study Abroad with Career

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Help Wanted: Connecting Study Abroad with Career

Jason D. Patent and Lauren Moloney–Egnatios

Friday April 27, 2018, 1-2 pm Eastern time


This is Webinar #4 in:

Intercultural Competence Development through Education Abroad: Key Concepts, Practical Applications (A series of five webinars on intercultural learning through education abroad, Spring Semester 2018)


Have you heard this one before? Or anything like it? “Border-crossing skills / intercultural skills / the ability to work effectively across cultures is the key to employability in this globalized 21st Century.” In sending our students abroad and assuring them that the choice to go abroad is good for their career, we are making an implicit promise. How prepared are we to deliver?

In reality the connections aren’t always easy to make, and small staffs and budgets and crunched student schedules too often mean that students aren’t offered the chance to distill lessons from abroad that might look valuable to future potential employers.

In this session, participants will learn how to apply the LITE process — developed by the Robertson Center for Intercultural Leadership at International House Berkeley. LITE provides a powerful strengths-based framework for advisors and students to work together to unearth career-relevant learning from abroad, and to help students translate this learning into terms that will be valued by future employers — ultimately leading to enhanced employability outcomes.

About the presenters:

Jason Patent, Ph.D., is Director of the Robertson Center for Intercultural Leadership (CIL) at International House Berkeley. With over two decades of experience in training and facilitation, Jason delivers high-quality intercultural training and coaching to individuals and teams across a variety of sectors. At CIL, Jason is responsible for building I-House's existing training programs and expanding them to meet the needs of increasing numbers of I-House residents, UC Berkeley campus units, and external businesses and non-profit organizations. Fluent in Mandarin, Jason has a BA in East Asian Studies from Harvard, a Master’s degree in the same field from Stanford University, and an MA and a PhD in Linguistics from UC Berkeley. His previous roles include: American Co-Director of the Hopkins–Nanjing Center in Nanjing, China and Inaugural Director, Beijing Center, Stanford Bing Overseas Studies Program.

Lauren Moloney-Egnatios, M.A.,  is Assistant Director & Intercultural Training Specialist for the Robertson Center for Intercultural Leadership (CIL). With over a decade of experience facilitating, coaching, and consulting in various professional organizations across the U.S. and abroad, Lauren designs and delivers custom intercultural and leadership development workshops and coaching engagements for corporate, non-profit, government clients, as well as, for U.C. Berkeley staff and students. Fluent in Spanish, Lauren worked in Spain as a cross cultural trainer and international program manager. She has also studied Arabic in Lebanon and led organizational shorter term projects in Costa Rica and the Netherlands. Lauren received a M.A. in International Communications from the School of International Service at American University and a B.A. in Organizational Development and Spanish from the University of Michigan.

For information about learning outcomes for this webinar and the full webinar series, click here.


Registration

To register for just this webinar (presented by Jason Patent and Lauren Moloney-Egnatios), use the "single webinar ticket" option on this page. The cost of this individual webinar is $105 USD.

To register for the webinar series (five webinars in total), use the "webinar series ticket" option on this page. The cost of the webinar series is $450 USD. Webinars will be recorded and made available for those who are unable to attend the “live” webinar presentations.

Employees of the University of Nebraska may register at no cost when using their work email address to register. Select the "ticket" for either this individual webinar or the full webinar series on this page.


Use these links to register for other individual webinars in this series on Eventbrite.com:

Full webinar series (five in total) - use the "webinar series ticket" on this page

January 2018 - What’s Empathy Got to Do with It? Lessons Learned in Helping Faculty and Staff Facilitate Intercultural Development, Katherine Yngve and Florence Adibu - http://bit.ly/2Fng74C

February 2018 - Putting Theory Into Practice: Intercultural Competence in Action Both Pre-departure and On-site, Rich Kurtzman - http://bit.ly/2D39VQM

March 2018 - Embedding Intercultural Learning into Short-term and Faculty Led Programs, Elsa Maxwell - http://bit.ly/2mhEcRA

May 2018 - Developing Trusting & Effective Inter-Cultural partnerships across the Diversity-International Programs Grand Canyon, Purdue group - http://bit.ly/2CPIcQn



Refund Policy
Requests for refunds must be emailed to events@ifcctl.com. Upon request, refunds for withdrawal from this webinar will be made based on this schedule:

  • Requests made on or before April 25, 2018: Registration will be refunded 70%
  • Beginning April 26, 2018: No refunds will be made

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